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between the parties? rubio, if you look at the transcript -- i will not speak about his delivery. it was hot in there and he obviously was thirsty. [laughter] this transcript is an excellent presentation of the conservative argument that what is ailing america is sclerotic, obsolete, reactionary liberalism hanging onto every regulation, every increase in taxation it can get. i thought he did it well. the problem is he should have done it in a studio somewhere well prepared. >> colby? >> it was like a "saturday night live" skit. "saturday night live" could not have done it any better. he will go the way of paul ryan, these youthful looking guys, boyish, and then they spew out that same conservative pablum that got them in trouble. >> but he is talking about immigration -- >> he did it in that speech. >> according to "time" magazine, he got a voice mail from his mother saying, but " don't mess with the immigrants, they are human beings like us." >> that was a great anecdote, a nice touch. i hope he listens to his mother more often. the speech can be boiled down to this -- i am not
-- rubio gave the government response to the speech. >> more government isn't going to help you get ahead. it's going to hold you back. more government isn't going to create more opportunities. it's going to limit them. and more government isn't going to inspire more ideas, new businesses and new private sector jobs. going to create uncertainty. john: house republican leader john boehner sat behind the president during the speech and did not stir a muscle in any way that might be mistaken for approving of the president's ideas. this was the reaction from mr. boehner the next day. last night, the president offered up more of the same -- higher taxes and more stimulus spending and we're weeks away from the president's sequester and the president laid out no plan to eliminate the sequester and the harmful cuts that will come as a result of it. john: eamon, any of the things the president talked about going to pass? >> i think he's got a fight on his hands. republicans, as you saw, just from the body language of speaker boehner sitting behind the president, republicans are not in a mood to of
that as well. >>> first some developing news to bring you right now, republican senator marco rubio is now on his way to the middle east, right now. the senator says he will be visiting israel, he will be visiting jordan as well. senator rubio made that announcement about his trip on his website this morning, said he was traffic in his role as a member of the intelligence and foreign relations committees. his trip, of course, comes in advance of trips to israel planned by secretary of state john kerry and president obama. meanwhile, in other political headlines, jesse jackson jr. has been charged with misusing campaign funds. federal prosecutors filed the indictment against jackson friday. practices cuters say jackson diverted about $750,000 in campaign funds for personal use, including a $43,000 gold plated rolex watch and more than $22,000 in michael jackson memorabilia. >>> "the washington post" is reporting that fbi agents had been looking into allegations that new jersey democrat senator bob menendez patronized prostitutes while in the dominican republic. "the post" cites sources fami
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. >> a hit to florida senator marco rubio who turned his sweaty, walk ward swig of water during the state of the union response so-called gulp-gate into a political asset making fun of himself and posted a photo of a water bottle on twitter gained thousands of followers, in the instant politics and a little humor can go a long way. >> paul: see if it helps him along the way. if you have your hit or miss send it to us at jer@foxnews.com and twitter@jer on fnc. i'm paul gigot, we hope to see you here next week. >> jon: a week full of news, north korea tests a nuclear bomb. pope benedict called it quits, a historic move. president obama gives his state of the union speech setting the tone for the next four years. his legacy on the line: a republican senator gives the g.o.p. response and gets a little thirsty doing it. a major manhunt ends in california. the wanted killer dead in a burning blaze. the new york times reviews a car, but the real facts are missing. and sarah palin slaps the washington post for stupidity. which stories made our list? find out on fox news watch. on the panel this w
hyphen gate. marco rubio's water bottle moment may be the image that haunts him for a long time. a look back at some of the other moments that, fairly or not, have come to define some politicians forever. and this is "hardball," the place for politics. t impresses . a talking train. this ge locomotive can tell you exactly where it is, what it's carrying, while using less fuel. delivering whatever the world needs, when it needs it. ♪ after all, what's the point of talking if you don't have something important to say? ♪ our first full team gathering! i wanted to call on a few people. ashley, ashley marshall... here. since we're often all on the move, ashley suggested we use fedex office to hold packages for us. great job. [ applause ] thank you. and on a protocol note, i'd like to talk to tim hill about his tendency to use all caps in emails. [ shouting ] oh i'm sorry guys. ah sometimes the caps lock gets stuck on my keyboard. hey do you wanna get a drink later? [ male announcer ] hold packages at any fedex office location. >>> well, this is a sad story. we learned today jesse jackson
of most democrats. >> he has to work in a bipartisan way. senator rubio hasn't been invited to the white house yet to talk about immigration reform is a problem. he needs to start working -- he needs to start doing it now. also -- >> isn't bipartisanship a dream of the 'minutes at this point? we have not seen very much of that in this congress at all. no matter what the president says, they are going to oppose him. >> you have a senate right now who bipartisan framework, it is -- already out there. if the president could start getting behind it and actually start doing internal things. we had weekly meet wings coalition groups, bipartisanship, to bring people together. that's not happening now. >> did you keep saying this is the thing we did the last time we had a colossal failure in trying to get the bill passed. why should that persuade me that's the thing to do again? >> he has to at least do that if we are going to get to the other side. he has to be part of that. >> i mean, i think it is false to -- act like immigration reform hinges on -- it is really congress and senate and really
: then there was this. florida senator marco rubio gave the republican response his speech noted not so much for the content, but for this. >> i've been up here in washington. nothing has frustrated me more than false choices like the one the president laid out tonight. the choices tonight sus between big government and big business, what we need is an accountable, efficient and effective government. >> kelly: after that swig of water, cnn implied that it was a career ender on msnbc, they showed a replay of his swig, approximately 155 times. >> yes. >> jon: 101 of them during the rachel maddow show? >> what's up is water-gate they're calling it. this is absurd. this is a young man who gave a speech in english, and in spanish, to a party that has had problems recruiting hispanics, i mean, why could they not pay any attention at all to the con at the point in time of the speech, whether or not they agreed with it. >> it's not so much about marco rubio drinking the water. it's about the media drinking the kool-aid for obama, that's what it's about. >> there's such a thing as fumbling forward. i
't that great? but it is not going anywhere. >>> republican senator marco rubio responds to president obama. >> the tax increases and the deficit spending you propose will hurt middle class families. it will cost them their raises cost them their benefits, it may even cost some of them jobs. and it will hurt seniors because it does nothing to help save medicare and social security. hardworking middle class americans who don't need us to come up with a plan to grow the government, they need a plan to grow the middle class. >> question, was rubio for the gop? tim? >> he moved in the right direction. i don't think it was a great response. he moved in the right direction because you heard when he was criticizing government he wasn't saying oh it is taking p money from hardworking people and giving it to the p undeserving, he was saying government is keeping you down. government regulations are making it harder for someone to start a new business, you or the person who might hire you. government breeding dependency and keeping the regular person down. i thought rhetoric. >> why was he chosen? >>
gain from it, he gave marco rubio's talking points in the speech. gave republicans a lot of cover, he cass strong on enforcement so this tone was significantly different than the inaugural. >> so speak of marco rubio, he came after, in fact, there were two republican responses, senator rubio and rand paul gave the tea party response. did the-- often the response, the republican or the other part response doesn't get a lot of attention. was this one different. did it have an impact. >> there was more curiosity because of marco rubio and i think the speech could be boiled down to i am not mitt romney. i was not born to privilege, power, affluence or influence. i come from very humble origins. and this is who i am. and these are my values. i didn't think it wag dr -- was -- -- i think he is a very strong speaker and probably a very good messenger. i thought it wag eye very-- was a very pedestrian message. >> woodruff: remembered for leaning over to get a drink. >> to me, the way he recouped that, that is how the speech will be remembered, is darting for the pole in spring and the fact he
kathy mangu-ward. i want to read senator marco rubio's great line. best line of the night. "presidents in both parties, from john f. kennedy to ronald reagan, have known that our free enterprise economy is the source of our middle-class prosperity." and this whole speech was pro growth. question. where was obama on the growth issue? i didn't hear a single pro growth in an economy that you yourself don't trust at all. where was he on that? >> no, he wasn't. it was the same old, same old, same speech we've heard a million times. there was nothing new in it. i was wanting to throw things at the television set because there were so many untruths in it. so many things that were false, that just didn't -- >> give me a -- what stands out? give me an untruth you particularly dislike. >> just that the economy is doing well. the economy is coming back. we're -- really? really? you ask the average person on the street how they're feeling about it. the pulse of america is not feeling good about this economy. and no matter what he says it's not happening. it's just not. i get so tired of hearing it
wizards and doing it quite well, minnesota's ricky rubio. beal would finish with 12 points in the exhibition contest. >>> coming up after the break, the boys of summer are baek, scott smith with the spring training report next. >> reporter: welcome back. i'm scott smith and welcome out to space coast stadium, the spring training home of the washington nationals. first things first, jordan zimmerman avoiding arbitration with a one year contract. also closer rafael soriano is on his way with his visa stamped. he should be here tomorrow. day two. pitchers and catchers workout in a bullpen session for newcomer dan haren. position players reported and some including adam laroche and denard span took part in the voluntary workout. bryce harper didn't, but bulging up 15-pound in the -- bulking up 15 pounds in the offseason i think he's done his share. >> i love working out. i always have since i was younger. >> looks like we're having some audio issues. a couple other notes. pitcher jordan zimmerman got his one year deal done with the nationals. they officially avoided arbitratio
game. he is part of one of the best highlights in the first half. did you see that? ricky rubio between the legs. go, see him in the second half open. >> the defense. there. he was wide open. yes. finishes with 12 points. and team wins in a blowout. 163-135. >> all right. spring training continues. and dan hellie is there set to make the biggest impact on the team. >> the question many people are asking this season, who is the most important player for the nationals. could it be, well, newly acquired rafael soriano, ryan zimmerman, bryce harper, steven strasbourg, take your pick. there are tons. a lot of guys telling us it is not a player it is manager davey johnson. >> he still remembers what it is like. he must have reattend everything from when heap is a player. he remembers what it is look to go out there, grind, kind of have people tell you do things. he keeps it light. he gets his message across. in a sense, some times funny. some times serious. pretty invaluable. probably the best position we may bring him back for a year. >> what about davey is fun as a manager? >> he is just fu
marco rubio who turned his sweaty, walk ward swig of water during the state of the union response so-called gulp-gate into a political asset making fun of himself and posted a photo of a water bottle on twitter gained thousands of followers, in the instant politics and a little humor can go a long way. >> paul: see if it helps him along the way. if you have your hit or miss send it to us at
the rhetoric. lou: is 2013. your gang of eight. a bipartisan solution. and amongst those leaders is marco rubio. hispanic, american, u.s. senator, smart fellow, and he says he can get that done as long as border security is there. >> absolutely. lou: the use of -- so that hispanic americans who are voting, 70 percent, for president obama? >> they used to vote for the government. lou: look, i would love to sit and talk with you about 2006, 2000 -- 1986, we have limited time. >> sure. lou: would you going to do? >> so, hispanics by and large support the border enforcement. we're not talking about the people who say we want open borders. one and enforced border. lou: i said secure borders. quite a difference. >> secure the borders. hispanics want to secure the borders. >> hispanics want gender politics not to be the one who decides to back weather up the borders secure? >> i think it's fair enough. all americans think we need to have a definition of what a secure border is. and i don't think that the federal government should be the one, you know,. lou: you have to come back and join this year. yo
had 40 points mvp of the gain. rubio check out this move between the lights on the assist 2. rubio for steal. high and mighty. oh, yes. high and mighty. that's my cousin. bradley biel of the wizard. we have similar genetic. clay thompson had 11. on the loosened as team chuck 163-195. high and mighty. cal taking on no. 16 ucla. first half belongs to the bears. to brandon who works for 2 of the 14. boyd also with 14 points
't worked in europe. why does marco rubio think it would work in america? >> look, what you have to keep in mind is when marco rubio said that. he said that in his response to the president's state of the union right before rand paul was about to give the tea party response to the state of the union. what marco is trying to do here is politically position himself as almost a unifier of the tea party and mainstream conservative fiscal conservatives in the republican party. so, look, the balanced budget amendment is red meat to the tea party. they believe in it because they want fiscal responsibility. i think that was a political and tactical play on his part more than a reasonable or achievable fiscal possibility. >> john? >> bumper sticker politics. it's not serious. it doesn't reflect the realities of government, but it's a popular and powerful contrast the with the democrats because many states have balanced budget amendments and operate just fine. federal government is more complex but the more reason for president obama to set a clear contrast. if the republicans want to focus slowly
to make adjustments marco rubio said anybody who believes in leavi medicare the way it is is in favor of bankrupting at. that is more honest that i have heard lately. >> but really nothing happened as part of the fiscal cliff discussions republican said a little something to push the so security age of one year harry reid said no. no change whatsoever. >> his version of bold talk is he used the word a modest. >> keep in mind there is a bold announcement 400 billion of bipartisan shares that said this was a more irish. >> 2.5 trillion has been cut for what they wanted to increase. >> republicans don't kill anything. >> but with cuts it means reduced the rate of increase. the makeup that israel is when you take a program cut it, send workers home and put an extra legislation and close the building. to bring power to appellations has power know they put in broadband internet. the g.o.p. should find 10 programs and old and shut them down those are real cuts. john: "the washington post" had a great story this federal program wall died the christopher columbus fellowship program spending 80
. >> rubio for the steel and he gets high and mighty. >> we biels tend to get high. that is my cousin. i taught him that. they were on the losing end 163-135. high and mighty, abc7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> i don't know how mighty. thank you larry. >> up next, an up vagues of the you are furry kind. >> what could >>> here is a look at your wake up weather. mostly clear and light wind and temperatures mid30s to low 50s range. 40s and 50s by 8:00 a.m. lisa argen will be here at 5:00 a.m. >>> colorado is facing an invasion of sorts. bin -- bunnies are going after cars at the denver airport. >> they are cute, but getting into cars and chewing cables causing hundreds of dollars of damage per car. that's not cute. that's our report. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm ama dates. have a good night. >> have a good weekend. almost tastes like one of jack's cereals. fiber one. uh, forgot jack's cereal. [ jack ] what's for breakfast? um... try the number one! yeah, this is pretty good. male announcer ] over a third of a day's fiber. fiber one. ♪ shimmy, shimmy chocolate. ♪ shimmy, shim
to the state of the union republican rebuttal. we thought that senator marco rubio was a tea party favorite. but then you had senator rand paul also taking to the stage in the wake of marco rubio. is senator rubio no longer conservative enough. >> no, that's absolutely not true. he is a tea party conservative. but the republican party doesn't represent all of us. we're not an arm of the republican party and they certainly do not speak for us. we are still here. we're engaged. people are working across the country. and though you may not see the big rallies that you saw back in 2009 and 2010, we've matured. i call it tea party 2.0. and we're actually out there working to effect change and we still have a voice. and that's exactly why we asked senator rand paul to give the tea party response to the state of the union. and it was a huge success. everybody has supported what he said that night. and it's great. it was a historic night to have two tea party conservative senators responding to the president of the united states and his state of the union address. that's historic. so anytime that w
marco rubio, senator ted crews, a host of others. i mean, these are republicans. how do you -- how you deal with that? >> we've worked a lot with the senate committee across the country. trying to secure the border. watch over all the legal system. want to have a guest worker program. of it -- and e verification system, and earn legal status. lou: not citizenship. >> pass the citizenship. it's a myth. people think that all the sudden we will have people come forward and then all the sudden. lou: are talking about pple as if there's some sort -- he talked about people throwing the were illegal around. people don't understand this and that. that is the kind of elitist view of americans that was creating a lot of problems for the republican party which seems to have a very narrow establish a base and then all but nonexistent ground operation to create voters. that seems like one of the problems you and i should talk about here. >> the problem in there. we talk to voters. we talk to people. most people a very pragmatic about what we should do about fixing our immigration system. they want
is sunday in houston. rising stars game played friday night. he had 40. ricky rubio between the legs with the assist here. two. >> he gets high and mighty! >> one. the very many high and mighty beils, bradley beil, my cousin. and on the losing end as team dominated. that's a wrap on morning sports. be sure to join mike shumann with spring training reports starting at five and six here on abc7. have a great weekend, everybody. i'm larry beil. >> coming up next, a violent home invasion in a usually quiet san francisco neighborhood. the unlikely weapon the criminals used to carry out the crime. and a new technology set back for the dmv after years of computer crashes they have now given up on a silicon valley solution. every time someone chooses finish over cascade, it sparks a movement. look ! no ugly spots ! and see that shine ! you've got to try finish. because once they try finish, they can't keep it to themselves. i'm switching for good. wow ! awesome ! finish is seriously good. cannot believe how great it works. incredible shine. i won't use anything else. love, love, love finish
game played friday night. ricky rubio between the legs with the assist here. two. ruin bow, and he gets high and mighty! beale! >> one of the very high and mighty beils, bradley beil, my cousin. klay thompson had 11. and on the losing end as team truck dominated team shaq. 163-135. that's a wrap on morning sports. be sure to join mike shumann with spring training reports at five and six here on abc7. have a good weekend, everybody. i'm larry beil. >> coming up next, a violent home invasion in a usually quiet san francisco neighborhood. the unlikely weapon the criminals used to carry out their crime. and the new technology set back for the dmv. after years of computer crashes, they have now given up on a >> new this morning as we come up on 6:30. what is the president doing? he's in florida golfing with friends while the first lady and their daughters take an annual ski trip. the president stepped off air force one in west palm beach last night. he was then driven nearly an hour to the coastal palm city community behind the gates of the exclusive floridian yacht and golf club. he will re
from tex texas. >> kelly: and g.o.p. lawmaker will visit jordan and israel, marco rubio. >> new details on the former l.a. cop whose deadly shooting rampage prompted a massive manhunt of the investigators revealing more about the last showdown with christopher dorner he had with police there. the ex-cop was on the run more than a week and ended in a shootout in a cabin at big bear. and adam, what is the latest. >> reporter: the sheriff revealed that every single one of his victims was ambushed. and the last two officers shot in the shootout on tuesday had no idea where he was. he'd abandoned that truck he carjacked and he had basically gone into a cabin. as they got out of their cars, he shot him. and we were able to see some of the weaponry, and a rifle a cheek guard that said vengeance and all of this as the cabin continues to sit there and just be a pile of rubble and we're told they believe that dorner shot himself in the basement as that cabin burned on tuesday, there are questions whether or not he may have been injured, that he may have been shot by one of the officers,
not? >> what senator rubio, the amnesty he's proposing? no. there is no question that will increase fiscal cost. though it might make the lives better of the immigrants and that's your reason. if you're concerned about taxpayers, illegal immigration costs them so much money because of the skills and education level of illegals. we think a majority haven't graduated high school. >> juan: we think that and -- aren't jobs that require high levels of education. francisco, i saw what you just said was so slippery. you said oh, you know ha this money goes to the hospitals. it goes to the doctors. >> it does. >> juan: hey, but you know what? it could go back to us, the american people could go back in the treasury -- n it goes back to the federal government. do we want them to have it? of course we don't. >> juan: what? why wouldn't you want the government to have the money given the size of our deficit? i don't understand. why do you want to spend money on people who aren't american citizennings. >> we're talk being treating illegals they're bound by law to treat them. this is good frida
rubio had to say last night. i'm sure there are many up-and-coming young people, bobby jindal, and we will just have to keep looking and hoping that people are courageous and forward thinking. >> etta. >> does the message of personal responsibility sell politically anymore? we've seen president obama suggesting universal prekindergarten care, basically telling parents it's not their responsibility to prepare their children for school, but rather the government's. i don't think your mother would have bought that message. she understood it was for you to do that but we seem to be ex-expanding things that the government can do instead of individuals. can the politicians stand up and say, sorry, we aren't going to give you any more programs, it's for you to take care of your lives? >> i think it can sell but we have to start talking about it. see, the political -- the politically correct police have silenced the debate. we have to create the debate again and allow the people who are in the middle will have an ah-hah moment. >> the speech, the part about your mother touched me so deeply. i
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